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Potential merger between Integris Credit Union and Lake View Credit Union

Prince George – On March 31, 2017 the Board of Directors of Integris Credit Union and Lake View Credit Union signed a Memorandum of Understanding to formalize merger talks between the financial cooperatives. The Board of Directors of both organizations are pursuing this merger in the interest of providing a stronger financial cooperative, enhanced member benefits and increased community resilience here in the North. “Members, staff and the communities are our key priorities in merger […]

Terrace to get New Hospital

TERRACE is getting a new Mills Memorial Hospital, provincial finance minister Mike de Jong announced while in the community today. And seeking qualified contractors for a project this size, called procurement in how large scale projects are undertaken, could take place as early as next year, he said. “I can confirm that there is money for a new hospital within the fiscal plan,” he said of a list of major public sector expenditures developed by […]

Conifex Announces Appointment of Director

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Feb. 14, 2017) – Conifex Timber Inc. (“Conifex”) (TSX:CFF) is pleased to announce that Janine North has joined its Board of Directors. Ms. North has extensive background and experience in the resource sector, particularly in the northern interior region of British Columbia. Ms. North is the recently retired CEO of the Northern Development Initiative Trust (“NDIT“), a regional development corporation focused on building a stronger economy across central and northern British […]

Province putting $150 million into silviculture

The B.C. Liberals are doubling down on their plan to fight climate change by planting trees. Christy Clark announced a $150 million investment  Friday in the Forest Enhancement Society — a government-funded stewardship organization — to carry out projects to mitigate wildfire risk and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by replanting ravaged forests. “We must never forget that the most basic solution is Mother Nature’s solution — and that’s sequestering more carbon in our forests. Planting more trees is good […]

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